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    Cooking with Almond Flour

    Mon Aug 23, 2010 6:17 pm Groupie
    That kind of says it all I think. I have all this almond flour and am looking for recipes. I know of and have her book but need some variety and some similar recipes with different things having been tried.

    My whole family is gone gf and low carb so I am anxiously waiting to hear from everyone.

    Karyl Lee
    Mon Aug 23, 2010 7:24 pm
    Forum Host
    I had to google savory almond flour recipes and then came across this one:grain free savory country biscuits and this one too: onion cheddar biscuits
    I like to use almond flour for "breading" baked chicken, but you have to pay attention to temperatures and either cover with foil or bake at a lower temp for longer.
    So Cal Gal
    Tue Aug 24, 2010 3:41 pm Groupie
    Hi Maeven6! There are lots of low carb recipes, including some with almond flour, at Linda's Low Carb Menus & Recipes ( Linda's also has a section with links to other low carb sites--and some of them probably have recipes that include almond flour too.
    Tue Aug 24, 2010 4:16 pm Groupie
    I have Elana's cookbook and have made her bread my husband loves it! Basically it is the flax bread from here, but using 1/2 flax and 1/2 blanched almond flour with the eggs,

    These biscuits just don't 'look' like American southern biscuits, more like British. I may try them but I have all these great cracker recipes for that. I can do a GF biscuit that is like heaven and cornbread but they are all super carb, rice or cornmeal. I was thinking to again split the flours in 1/2 using the Almond flour. Opinions on that anyone?

    Now the onion cheddar look very good I may give them a try.

    Maeven6> who is wishing she had a chunk of her ww pita or
    Tue Aug 24, 2010 4:23 pm Groupie
    Panda Rose
    Fri Oct 08, 2010 4:39 am Groupie
    I make a flaxseed bread in the microwave - I think it is Linda recipe. but then I slice it into about 12 and bake in again in the oven on a very low temperature till the crackers are crisp - takes about 5 hours. A bit like making biscotti. top one of these with cream cheese and smoked salmon and you can be in low carb heaven!
    Wed Oct 20, 2010 8:15 am
    Forum Host
    These are recipes that use almond flour - i did not refine for gluten-free as not everyone marks such categories, but it's not a huge amount and perhaps you will find something of interest to you
    Karyl Lee
    Thu Oct 21, 2010 4:15 pm
    Forum Host
    Thanks for contributing, duonyte. I've been in absentia with a new job and neglecting this forum!
    Meanwhile, here's a recipe of mine that could be made with almond meal rather than almond slices--just be sure to crust the chicken fairly heavily and watch the temp-you might need to use foil to cover to prevent burning.delmonico chicken
    Sat Nov 06, 2010 8:26 am Groupie
    The "cornbread" looks fantastic, as do the pie crust and chocolate chip cookies!
    Looks like I'm baking today icon_biggrin.gif

    Anyone have ideas for filling the pie crust? DH won't eat a lot of fruit. Usually I make cheesecake or pudding type desserts but would love to try something new.
    Karyl Lee
    Sat Nov 06, 2010 10:23 am
    Forum Host
    You might be able to fill it with this--although it is designed to stand alone without a crust.Layered Spinach and Ricotta Cheese Bake I looked at the base recipe, and you could make it a neutral or more savory crust without the sweet spices I think.
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